Not even a week after we /two-and-a-half-men-on-hiatus-as-charlie-sheen-enters-rehab/reported that Charlie Sheen was heading to rehab, reps for the actor are already saying that Two and a Half Men will be back in production by the end of the month, reports Variety.

The final decision on when production will resume, however, rests with the show's producer Warner Bros. TV and exec producer Chuck Lorre.

"It's everybody's intent right now that we're back in production at the end of February," said Sheen's manager, Mark Burg. "Charlie wants to work. He wants to get back at it. He feels bad for the crew and the cast and he wants to get the ship sailing again."
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Two and a Half Men was abruptly shut down last Friday as Charlie Sheen faced pressure from CBS and Warner Bros. TV to address his downward spiral of substance abuse and partying since the hit sitcom went on holiday hiatus late last year. Sheen has been undergoing rehab treatment at his home.